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Scot Sax & Suzie Brown

Scot Sax & Suzie Brown

Jan 6th 2018 @ Burlap and Bean

Newtown Square, PA
I Was There
About Scot Sax & Suzie Brown
Genres:
Folk, Americana, Blues, Pop
Band Members:
Scot Sax - vocals, guitar, percussion, Suzie Brown - vocals, bass guitar
Hometown:
Nashville, TN

“Sometimes you don't know what's going to make you happy. What you think you’ll want at a certain time isn't necessarily what you end up wanting later.” says Suzie Brown...
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Saturday, January 6th, 2018
8:00 PM
Burlap and Bean
204 South Newtown Street Rd, Newtown Square, PA 19073
An evening with Scot Sax and Suzie Brown. Suzie Brown sings and writes songs that quite often leave her audience tearing up. Perhaps, it's because Suzie writes from the heart about the vulnerabilities we all share. In 2015 she was asked by TEDMed to speak about her dual life as a Nashville songwriter and a Cardiologist at Vanderbilt Hospital. She will be performing songs from her recnt album "Sometimes Your Dreams Find You" as well as fan favorites like "Heartstrings" and "Almost There" Scot will be performing songs from "Mr. Chocolate", a new album inspired by the loss (and art) of Sax' hero David Bowie as well as Wanderlust favorites! Scot Sax is a Grammy-winning songwriter ("Like We Never Loved At All" performed by Faith Hill and Tim McGraw) who first arrived on the scene with Wanderlust (RCA) and his song "I Walked". His next band FEEL scored a radio hit with "Won't Stand In Your Way". His songs have since been heard in movies like American Pie ("I Am The Summertime") and he has toured with the likes of Robert Plant and Allison Krauss.
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About Scot Sax & Suzie Brown
Genres:
Folk, Americana, Blues, Pop
Band Members:
Scot Sax - vocals, guitar, percussion, Suzie Brown - vocals, bass guitar
Hometown:
Nashville, TN

“Sometimes you don't know what's going to make you happy. What you think you’ll want at a certain time isn't necessarily what you end up wanting later.” says Suzie Brown...
Read More